Julia Fox added a daring beauty look to her latest edgy look.
The No Sudden Move actor was photographed out and about in Los Angeles last night, pairing a dark look with brand-new bleached eyebrows. In the pics, she wears an inventive full-length black leather coat—while the front is worn closed with structured high shoulders as the highlight, the back is completely cutout under the shoulders, with only a matching belt holding the sides together.
She paired the eclectic outerwear with a matching leather bra and miniskirt set, finishing the monochrome look with thigh-high stiletto boots, nylon gloves, and a Balenciaga Hourglass bag. She also wore a thin cat eye under her near-invisible brows.
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The former dominatrix loves head-to-toe looks in fabrics like leather and nylon, both in the traditional black and brighter hues. While celebrating the wrap of her forthcoming film, The Trainer, earlier this month, the star chose a bright-red, ab-bearing nylon set from Berlin-based designer Sia Arnika.
She finished the look, comprised of a puffy long-sleeved bra and maxi-length skirt, with matching fiery-red gloves and knee-high boots, as well as metallic silver gift bag purse from Medea.
The star has solidified her street style with several risqué looks since her short-lived romance with Kanye West—from an Oscars after-party gown including a clawed hand wrapped around her neck, to a grocery-shopping fit involving an Alexander Wang bra-and-underwear set. In an interview with The Cut, she spoke on learning to embrace her personal style as her profile grows in Hollywood.
“[Her publicity team was] like, ‘Oh, they’re a little too editorial,’ ’It’s too sexy. It’s too provocative. It’s too out there,'” she said. “I was just like, ‘Okay, I guess I just have to be more Hollywood and more bland.’ But fuck that narrative if I want to pop out and wear crazy shit—which is what I want to wear.”
This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US